Skip to content

Let’s talk about… imposter syndrome

Event organised by Benevolent Fund

13 November 2024
12:30 - 13:00 GMT
Add to Calendar 13-11-2024 12:30 13-11-2024 13:00 false Europe/London Let’s talk about… imposter syndrome Online,


Book now


If you’ve ever felt self-doubt related to your workplace accomplishments, then you may have experienced imposter syndrome. Imposter syndrome can have a negative impact if left unaddressed, however, tackling it head-on may not be as difficult as it seems… 

During this webinar, delegates will explore:

  • What is Imposter syndrome?
  • Understanding how Imposter syndrome may be appearing in your life
  • Taking calculated risks in your career
  • Tips for overcoming Imposter syndrome

More workshops, webinars and masterclass topics can be found here

Visit the webinar archive at your leisure.

Organised by

ICE Benevolent Fund

ICE Benevolent Fund

The ICE Benevolent Fund has a range of services to support ICE members and their families with the pressures of everyday life. It also helps members reach their potential in their personal development.


12:30 - 12:35

Introduction from Sarah Mason-Parker, casework and communications executive, ICE Ben Fund

12:35 - 12:55

Presentation from Ian Gooden, director, Chiumento Ltd

12:55 - 13:00

Q&A, Ian Gooden, facilitated by Sarah Mason-Parker, ICE Ben Fund


Ian Gooden

Ian Gooden

Chiumento Ltd


Read more

Ian Gooden

Ian joined Chiumento in 2008 and held a series of senior commercial positions with the company before becoming executive chairman in 2019.

With over 35 years of HR and commercial experience, Ian is a well-known figure in the industry. He has held senior in-house roles with companies including Experian and Bombardier as well as in globally recognised HR consulting and support services businesses including Austin Knight and TMP Worldwide.

He is a chartered member of CIPD and sits on their Resourcing and Talent Planning Steering Group. He is also British Psychological Society Level B registered in Occupational Testing and a member of the Register of Qualification in Test Use (RQTU).

Ian remains an active consultant – particularly in leadership, team building, change and career transition. His key areas of focus include:

  • Leadership in complex, and often increasingly virtual, businesses
  • Leading organisations through change
  • Executive career transition
  • Onboarding in new roles

For more information please contact:

ICE Benevolent Fund Team

Sustainable Development Goals: